Affordable Electric Cars Coming to India – Tata Tiago EV, Citroen C3 Electric

Electric cars are praised for their performance, eco-friendly nature, and neck-snapping acceleration runs. The paradigm of adoption of electric mobility in the Indian market has started to take shape. Thankfully, domestic carmakers are also taking steps to help develop the new technology, but it remains out of reach for the mass market buyers or should […]
 


Affordable Electric Cars Coming to India – Tata Tiago EV, Citroen C3 Electric

Electric cars are praised for their performance, eco-friendly nature, and neck-snapping acceleration runs. The paradigm of adoption of electric mobility in the Indian market has started to take shape. Thankfully, domestic carmakers are also taking steps to help develop the new technology, but it remains out of reach for the mass market buyers or should we say the entry-level car market. Now, some affordable entry-level cars are ready to enter the Indian market which will surely help in revolutionizing the Indian car market as these models will be able to replace the existing mass-market ICE models. Well, read the list to know what these cars are all about.

Tata Tiago EV

The electrified version of Tata Motors’ best-selling hatchback will soon enter the Indian market. The Tata Tiago EV is set to make its debut by September 28. For now, it will be no match in the market, whatever it may be. Price wise, the Tata Tiago EV will cost the same as any other premium hatchback. It will have a range of around 300 km with its high-voltage powertrain.

Citroen C3 Electric

The French brand recently launched the Citroen C3 hatchback in India, and it is managing to see 3-digit sales numbers on the tally with its new model. The company has started testing the electrified iteration of the Citroen C3 in India, which will sit at the relatively affordable end of the EV band. A range of 300 km can be expected on a full charge, along with a slightly higher price tag than the ICE model.

MG Electric Car

The Chinese-owned British brand has earlier confirmed that it is developing an electric for the masses, which will be priced under Rs 10 lakh. MG’s electric hatchback is likely to feature a 2-door layout, and will be designed as a city car with enough capacity to move around the city for daily errands. Hence, expect a driving range of around 200-250 km only.

 

Hyundai Entry-Level EV

The country’s second largest carmaker will also soon join the EV bandwagon. As per the speculations, it is expected to be either an affordable entry-level hatchback developed ground-up or an electrified version of the Venue that will go up against the likes of Tata Nexon EV and the upcoming Mahindra XUV400.

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